Simon Barker works across the fields of architecture, art and design, exploring the potential of site specific and collaborative practice through research, exhibitions and commissions.

He is interested in the diverse processes through which places become distinctive and the historical formation of landscape through social process and architecture. His practice investigates sonic, cinematic and photographic languages as a means to engage in these ideas of place and meaning. His interpretations, re-constructions and compositions are explored through moving image, sound and visual installation, often making use of archival materials and photographic documentations.

Based in England, he has exhibited internationally and has work in public and private collections.